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new york. >>> good evening, again. i'm randi kaye sitting in for anderson cooper. he's now in the final countdown to his countdown to new year's tomorrow night with kathy griffin right here on cnn. tonight, did tea party favorite christine o'donnell use campaign cash for personal expenses? the feds want to know if she broke the law. today she spoke out but do her answers and accounting add up? we're keeping her honest. also tonight, remember that virtual fence that was supposed to protect our border? well nearly $1 billion later it's a shadow of what it's supposed to be. it's over budget, and now things are even worse. we're keeping them honest there, too. later, it's just a kayak and a stream, right? well, yes, if by stream you mean raging waterfalls and by kayaking you mean extreme living. sanjay gupta introduces you to a guy who loves to take the fall. but we begin tonight with christine o'donnell under federal criminal investigation, accused of misusing campaign money. now she is firing back, but do her statements square with the facts? do they even make sense? we're ke
're a doctor, do you honestly believe president obama was not born in hawaii? >> well, anderson, let me answer as his lawyer. >> no, no, no. excuse me, this is -- this is a doctor, a man who served his country for 18 years. i think he can answer a question by himself. >> i think the lawyer should protect the client from incriminating himself. you say it's false, you're not prosecuting this case. >> if you call up the state of hawaii and ask for a birth certificate, you're sent a certificate of live birth. that is the official document. >> that's not correct. that's absolutely not correct. >> and the president has released -- and the president has released that certificate of live birth, there it is, two newspapers in 1961 had birth announcements provided by the state of hawaii health department. the republican governor of hawaii sent someone to personally view the birth certificate at the department of health and says it's there. >> that's not a birth certificate. >> again, can the colonel not talk for himself? the guy's an adult. >> you said that's a birth certificate, mr. cooper. you want to
, anderson, you're absolutely right this. it started about 2:00 this afternoon as it was winding down. you're going to see someone get shot here. clay duke start talking about how his wife lost her job, then started spray painting a v, pulled out a handgun and said someone was going to die. just watch this. >> somebody in this room behind that counter, hit the road. leave. you may leave, you may leave. you can leave. six men, stay. everyone else leaves. >> he's talking. john, go ahead. the school board didn't have anything to do -- >> no. ginger. >> you saw there, one of the school board members tried to knock the gun away with her purse. it doesn't work. still he let's her and many other people there leave. some of this video is from wjhg, a tv crew there at the same time. but now listen to what happens next. as the superintendant confronts him about this alleged firing of his wife, telling him to let everyone else go. >> i mean, they don't sign the papers. i'm the only one that signs them. will you let them go? i mean, but you're obviously upset at me. so why are they here? >> they're pa
. >> anderson, one second. we have heard deficit, deficit, deficit. what happened to the deficit conversation as relates to this particular tax break? the deficit will increase. not only for unemployment benefits and for sendsing the tax cuts. it seems the deficit argument is sort of moves like the wind blowing. >> one quick point. why, if rich people keep their money and spend it in the economy, is it a bad thing? and if the government takes it away and spends it on run-away spending programs it's a good thing? make that argument to me. >> answer my question. >> at the end of the day getting this economy moving and the chairman last night, if federal reon "60 minutes" he said now is not the time for deficit spending. now's the time to get the economy moving and that will ben pit the president and benefit them all? >> i'm just exposing the fact that the deficit discussion has been a fraudulent conversation. it's always a deficit conversation as it relates to the people most in need but when you faulk about the deficit when it comes to those making more than $250,000, likely every single perso
anderson once a great football program at maryland. he wanted to show his commitment to that. maryland will not bring ralph back for the head football coach. he accepted the buyout of $2 million. his tenure run will end with the military bowl game. his team posted a record of 74- 50 but they have not won a title since his first year. anderson did not want to give him a contract extension. a former texas coach has already started talking to assistant coaches. kevin anderson said he has no leading candidate, but the recent exit of the head coach left ralph with a shrinking coaching staff. >> when james franklin was named the head football coach at vanderbilt university and through discussions i had with the coach, he made it clear he did not want to be a lame duck coach. we both realized putting him in that position we would have a hard time retaining and attracting coaches and athletes. >>> along with a more aggressive personality, the ravens 10th win also rings true on the defensive side. they executed one of their most aggressive games on defense. consistent pressure led to six tackle
♪ >>> good evening, again, dr. sanjay gupta here in new york. anderson's got the night off. tonight the lawmaker known as dr. no, senator tom coburn. he may end up single handedly saying no to thousands of 9/11 first responders. he says a bill to help them pay their medical bills is being rushed. it's a senator who's trying to run out the clock, we've got the facts keeping them honest. also tonight the author of that how-to guide for pedophiles. he's in jail tonight. but before he went in, he spoke out, denying the charges, defending the book and declaring his right to publish it. but it's what else he said that's going to make a parent's blood run a little cold as you'll hear for yourself. and later crime and punishment, a toddler's tragic death. investigators fail to find a culprit but years later the cold case finally heats up and justice is served. we begin as we always do, keeping them honest on something anderson has said many times we never thought we'd have to be keeping anyone honest about. providing medical care for 9/11 first responders. tonight a senator and a medical do
. kevin anderson apparently wants a clean slate, first encouraging him to look elsewhere. he did, going to vendor build. anderson wants to start somebody new. a source familiar with the proceeding says he has begun making the rounds, saying goodbye. reports say mike leach, former texas tech coach is a leading candidate to replace him. the ravens continue to lord over the local sporting landscape. the 10th win tomorrow against the saints -- having the reigning super bowls chance come to town makes winning pretty tough. no matter what he says in the after once again failing to put away the team last week, ray lewis tweeted today, tomorrow we can make baltimore proud. to get no. 10, you have to control #9. >> just watching him play the game, you can tell that he understands the game inside and out. he loves to play the game. i have always been a fan and have great respect for him. >> it has been drilling time entertaining, and funny, but also a criminal, and productive, and not so funny. gilbert arenas has been traded to the orlando magic. the wizards have hope to move him ever since draft
the best. jon bon jovi is here tonight. anderson cooper and "ac 360." anderson? >>> larry, thanks so much. breaking news off the top, deal making on don't ask, don't tell. is a deal coming into sight? the senate postponing a key vote tonight on lifting the law banning gays from serving openly in the military. we have the latest on why, on where the sticking points are, and why it all could come down to the vote of a single republican senator. also tonight, keeping them on honest, congressman hal rogers, but he's known as the prince of pork in his sleepy rural district. so many taxpayer dollars, so many goodies, they call his hometown mr. roger's neighborhood, yet he says he's a budget cutter and he's about to be in charge of the committee that directly controls how your money is spent. later, polygamist leader warren jeffs facing a new trial on sex crimes charges. for the first time you'll come face to face with the self-proclaimed prophet and hear how a follower shockingly justifies sex with minors. we begin with the breaking news, late word out of washington that supporters last best ho
. james franklin signed today as the head coach of vendor built brent kevin anderson would not address the future. anderson told ralph he could come back next season. mike leach is the leading candidate. let's go to college basketball. he had a couple of big time 3's. they have won four straight. mike scott is out with a bad ankle. that is a very quick look at sports. >> very interesting day to day. >> the same situation. i would go with donovan. mmm. you smell that? yeah, wait. what is that? love. smells like ham. [ female announcer ] serve a main course brimming with comfort and joy. safeway. ingredients for life. ♪ ten thousand watts of xmas cheer ♪ ♪ ten thousand watts glow brightly clear ♪ ♪ the colored lights will shine sincere, ho, ho, ho ♪ ♪ ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ♪ [ female announcer ] safeway talks holiday favorites. i love eggnog, i love gingerbread, i love pumpkin pie. i love everything but those blinking lights. oh yeah, right in my eye. [ female announcer ] if it tastes like the holidays, we've got it. safeway. ingredients for life. >> cold weekend coming
anderson would sing, my grandmother made us be quiet and respectful before greatness. every once in a while a neighbor would come by and would excuse herself and come out with a pitcher of lemonade or ice tea. she had those tea cakes that i loved. most of the time children would say go on and play. you wouldn't listen to grown up's conversation. at that point we were all welcome. the stories were layered. seniors got something that the young parents and fathers learned, then teenagers and little ones. we all got something out of the story. they were layered. i try to do that in my writing. i try to layer so that the reader who is sharing the story with the young person will get something out of it or see something they can learn from as well. my mother loved to do poetry. i would sit in the hallow of her arm and begin resiting dunbar poetry. [inaudible] you as dirty as me. look at that mouth. him being so sweet and sticky, goodness. i would say momma, do it again, please. i would beg her to do it again, she would say, no, go to bed, now. i grew up listening to dunbar who wrote in dialect, l
of a new director. >> reporter: that satisfaction quickly faded for greison. kevin anderson says he was not prepared to give greison an extension after next year. it was anderson's business decision to cut ties with greison now. >> the decision we've made is in the best interest of our team. some of thedecisions that lay awill not be easy. >> reporter: geison will coach the terps against east carolina next week in the military bowl in washington, d.c. anderson says he has a list of head coach the candidates, confirming that texas tech coach leach is on that list. >> we're going to bring the best person in here to get to that greatness and to sustain it. so that's what we're looking at and that's why the decision has been made at this time. >> reporter: and anderson said today that fregient was first accepting of the school's decision to not extend the coach's contract. >>> we're following more breaking news. a baltimore city school teacher arrested. police say they caught him in a sex act with a teenage boy. sheriff's deputy arrested mark heiser jr. deputies tell wjz they found him
: "ac 360" and anderson cooper are next. >>> tonight, senator joe lieberman says the votes are there, including five republicans for lifting don't ask, don't tell. lawmakers, racing to do that and a whole lot more. but now they're fighting over working through the holidays. some republicans, accusing democrats of disrespecting christmas and christians. we're keeping them honest. >> also surgery for the obese, at least it used to be just for the very obese. now millions more americans could be eligible for what's called lap-band surgery. but do the people pushing it, the companies pushing it, really have the data to show that it works and it's safe? who's looking out for you? dr. phil mcgraw and sanjay gupta join us. >>> and a deeper look at what happened in that dramatic meeting room as a gunman came in and opened fire on a school board. new details of who he was and the amazing stories of survival, that's coming up. we begin as always keeping them honest with major developments on repealing don't ask don't tell, and a major argument over whether or not congress should keep working i
champion of the world, mike tyson. anderson cooper and "ac 360" is next. thanks larry. thanks for watching everyone. tonight congress says african-american farmers discriminated for decades by the u.s. government deserve payment. one republican congressman says the program is riddled with fraud and is really a way to make reparations for slavery. his remarks have set off a firestorm. tonight you'll hear from him. is the playing fast and loose with the facts or are his opponents? also accused of ethics violations, maxine was, her hearing was supposed to begin but now the ethics panel is in disarray. the lead investigator mysteriously taken off the case. details tonight. and later, hiding in plain sight, the child slavery business right here in america. hard to believe. we have the evidence, though, for you to see for yourself. we begin as always keeping them honest. a billion dollar program for settling african-american discrimination claims, full of fraud, pushed by what he calls very, very urban barack obama, and amounts he says to slavery reparations. we're talking about steve king, repu
here. here's what we know. >> anderson, let me jump in here. >> judge friedman put in his decision, he wrote 40 acres and a mule in his decision. i'm not making that up for reparations, that's the code words for reparations. and he also said -- >> i've read that decision, and he just -- sir, i've read that decision and he just used that in a recitation about the history of the interaction between african-americans and the u.s. government and the usda. he wasn't equating 40 acres and a mule to this program. >> let me say, anderson, he laments that -- all the wrongs in one civil rights case. now he's got a second one coming. >> i want dr. boyd to be able to respond. >> let me talk here. the farmers deserve this restitution. it's long, long, long, long overdue for the black farmers. this is not a rush to judgment. mr. king has known about this issue. i have testified before him many, many, many times before. and this case is about african-american farmers who farmed or attempted to farm who was discriminated against by the united states department of agriculture, and i can tell you about
>>> good evening, dr. sanjay gupta here filling in for anderson cooper. tonight, why are tens of thousands of brain injured troops being denied a type of rehab that many medical experts say could help them recover? why won't the pentagon's health plan cover it? also tonight, do parents have the right to sacrifice their children's health in the name of religious freedom? two families who believe their faith could cure their children are now in trouble with the law. we're going to look at their cases. and later, all the best, all the worst of 2010, a look back at the you've got to see them moments to believe them. including the saints super bowl upset, the wow gadget of the year and anderson's explanation of how he was caught head to toe in a bunny suit. tonight, thousands of u.s. service men and women are preparing to spend another holiday in iraq and afghanistan in harm's way. and thousands more are going to spend it here at home recovering from their injuries. our lawmakers and military officials talk a pretty good game when it comes to supporting the troops. take a look. >>
on this? >> well, you know, anderson, because the house leadership sent this repeal to the senate under what they call a special message category, senator reid could take it up tomorrow. my guess is he'll wait until after we finish the appropriations bill over the weekend and so i hope it could come up sunday or monday of next week. and i -- i really believe that after the tax cuts have been passed, which they have been in the senate, the spending bills for the government are approved, this is the next most important and urgent thing to do. let me just talk straight, hard, political reality. if we don't repeal don't ask, don't tell in this 111th session of congress, the new congress, i'm afraid, is not going to repeal it, and then we'll have to depend on the courts to repeal it, and secretary gates and the defense department have made it clear as recently as today in responding to the house vote how urgent they feel it is that the congress give them the authority to carry out the repeal of don't ask, don't tell in an orderly way, that will not arm the military, instead of letting a cour
gupta. anderson has the night off. tonight is the director of national intelligence being left in the dark? is he getting the briefing for you and your family to stay safe this holiday season? we're keeping them honest. also tonight, bullied to death. we've been reporting on this issue all year long. tonight, new developments in two cases that have helped put a face on this deadly epidemic. and later, he claims he can heal the sick without touching him. his followers insist they've been cured. so are these medical miracles or is it all a sham? we'll take a look. we begin as we always do keeping them honest. tonight, the director of national intelligence, james clap ser facing tough questions about how clued in he really is to possible terrorist threats. clapper's job is to coordinate what the nation knows about terrorism and national security. he's paid to know what's going object all across the intelligence community and to make sure everyone else knows as well. he's supposed to know before we do. so how, then, did reporters scoop clapper on this? >> breaking news, holiday ter
. >> nancy, we're going to see -- >> richard, what about that? >> we're going to see, anderson and nancy, later this week exactly what the service chiefs have to say. but i think you -- i don't understand how anybody could say after this most comprehensive study -- i mean, there have been lots of -- there have already been 22 studies of this and this is the most comprehensive, the most impartial study of this, which found, you know, conclusively that there would be no issues, that service members supported this. so i don't see how anybody could say that there's any -- there's no dispute left here. what i fear is that senator -- >> that's not true. >> no, that is definitely -- there's no -- all of the arguments against this repeal have fallen away. there is nothing left. i fear that what john mccain is doing right now is he's trying to relitigate the election, unfortunately, and he is just standing in the way of this because the republicans see this as a win for obama. but let me tell you -- >> no, no, no, that's incredibly disrespectful of someone who has actually served in combat. and y
happens next year. i think that's the real test. and i must tell you, anderson, over the last few days, while we've been talking about the tax compromise, there is much to be said about this compromise that just emerged, but it is $900 billion in new deficits, none of which is paid for. none is paid for. now, if this congress is going to be serious, the next congress will be serious, we're going to have to turn this whole thing, we're going to have to do a u-turn in the policies we've been seeing coming out of washington. >> so, nancy -- or actually, david, let me follow up with you. is this the guy to help make that u-turn? if even if earmarks are banned and he's not going to be able to do this, given the track record, is -- you know, is this a good track record to have? >> david, go ahead. >> i'm from a religious faith that believes in redemption, anderson, so let's just see how it goes. his track record certainly suggests it, but i think the republicans are -- i understand that they made terrible mistakes in the bush years getting spending get out of control as they did, and they're
right there. >> reporter: a star player juan anderson is a familiar face on bay area's finest one of the top 100 high school recruits in the country. and will play for marquette university next year. >> he helps get players out there. the recognition they deserve and stuff. a lot of players out here we feel like east coast, l.a. get more recognition than we do. >> reporter: web 2. 0 meet juan anderson. 6'6". unlikely match up of talent and technology. and so the more people that watch videos the more money he makes but alass it is not enough yet to allow him to quit his day job just yet. working on it. >> it is inspiring. wouldn't it be great to have that kind of music to our newscast each night. >> it elevates and makes these guys stars and helps them get on the radar of a lot of recruiters. >> kiet do. nice story. thank you. >>> tonight a message to the families of murder victims. you're not forgotten and there is help out there. a gathering in oakland this evening in honor of 17-year-old raymond justice gunned down in september a block away from his home. his father says raymon
in 27 minutes. the magic lost, 91-81. kevin anderson announced the firing of the head coach. he will coach the terps next week, then maryland will buy out his contract. he did not have any scandals and he brought the maryland program back to life with seven bowl games in the last 10 years. ralph was coach of the year. kevin anderson believe that the turks can take it up to the net level -- the next level. >> this is a good football team, but i believe it can be great. we will bring the best person in here. that is why the decision was made at this time. >> now the search begins for a new head coach, and the former coach for texas tech is the name that everyone is talking about. they broke all of the passing records, and his style of play puts fannies in seats. >> i do have a list, and mike leach is on that list. but that is all we are doing because i have several other people on that list. we have not made any final decisions. >> for baseball fans, the nationals have signed a 31 year- old to a one-year contract. he batted .232 with six homeruns. he started as a left-handed pitch
saying her focus for christmas is on her children. >>> at 43 pamela anderson will make her 13th appearance in "playbook" magazine. this one will be different. in addition to eight pages of pictures, there will be a poem written by anderson. how sweet. >>> finally a bad girl of old says today's bad girls are much worse. the brad of the '90s "beverly hills 90210" tels us it's nothing compared to her saying none of her girls went into rehab and didn't go out and flash people so take that, hilton. >> i love poetry too. >> i know. you read for the articles, right? >> i can't wait. >> haikus. okay, now just getting creepy, bill. thanks. appreciate that. let's wrap this up. i'm lynn berry and this is "first look" on msnbc but stay tuned. "way too early with willie geist" starts right now. >>> president obama's tax deal cruised through the senate yesterday. today the house gets a shot at it but not before trying to hack away at the estate tax provision. the question is will progressive democrats change the bill and send it back to a senate that has said it will reject any changes? meanw
her focus for christmas is on her children. >>> at 43 pamela anderson will soon be making her 13th appearance in "playboy" magazine, but this one is going to be different. in addition to eight pages of pictures, there will be a poem written by anderson. how sweet. >>> and, finally, a bad girl of old says today's bad girls are much, much worse. the brat of the '90s, "beverly hills 90210"'s shannen doherty tells "access hollywood" that behavior of tinseltown's bad girls of the past is nothing compared to now, saying she's pretty sure none of her era's bad girls went into rehab, and, quote, we didn't go out and flash people. >>> well, this comes to us from kfor, news channel 4 in oklahoma city, oklahoma, where thanks to one man, more than 800 needy kids will have a merry christmas. roger volunteered to clean up more than a thousand toys sprayed in their storage bin by a skunk. the volunteers who collected the toys hoped fresh air and deodorizers would help, but the skunk funk still lingered. roger heard their story, and he brought out his skunkinator, which should do the trick, provid
pamela anderson will soon be making her 13th appearance in playboy mack zone but this one is going to be different. in addition to 8 pages of pictures there will be a poem by anderson. how about that. >>> final a bad girl of old says today's bad girls are much, much worse. the brat of the '90s, shannen doherty tells us that she's pretty sure none of her bad girls went into rehab and, quote, we didn't go out and slash people. >> i disagree. i think people are all doing the same thing but it's the paparazzi. you can't get away with things anything. >> there was no blogger posting pictures. so we will never know. >>> well, this comes to us from kfor, news channel 4 in oklahoma city, oklahoma, where thanks to one man more than 400 needy kids will have a christmas. roger volunteered to clean up more than a thousand toys sprayed in their storage bin by a tunk. they hoped fresh air and deodorizers would help but skunk funk still lingered. he brought out his skunk innater. i'm lynn berry, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day, today on your nbc station. >> live, local,
anderson guaranteed ralph friesen would return for 2011. he is rethinking that. several sources including the post will ask ralph to retire and accept a buyout. december 29th. in a teleconference today anderson wouldn't guarantee ralph's return and says expect and announcement regarding the program's future early next week. he won 75 games in ten seasons. third all time winningest coach at college park and led the terps to seven bowl games and was a.c.c. coach of the year this season. now offensive coordinator jeff franklin was to be the coach after ralph but he took the vanderbilt job today. it is his first coaching job. >>> time for our prep basketball game of the week. iv hundred34 -- 3400 of you logged on. att action. all about team. four players averaging double digits. let's take a look. friday night hoops in arlington. both coaches getting their teams all fired up, ready to go. early on. patriots playing some defense. how about kevin bailey? only listed as 6-foot but he has mad hops. tight ballgame. watch him knock down this jumper. but take a look, guys. bailey with a whole pitch
: we have a place for you and sharon stone, too. did you see that on deck? pamela anderson bringing attention to herself. >> back of the book segment tonight, did you see that? as you may know, pamela anderson big animal rights person and she often partners up with peta, here is the latest. ♪ ♪ >> bill: all right. here now to analyze juliet huddy who is looking away. >> i got a little embarrassed by that to be honest with you. i didn't see you looking away however. i will point that out. >> bill: i have to analyze what's on the screen. >> of course, bill. >> bill: obvious peta will do almost anything to brick attention to the fact that they don't like that animals are used for food, for clothing and things like that. >> you are saying that. if you watch that video that was actually supposed to played on little wi-fi things at logan airport. the company that actually feeds the wi-fi said no. >> bill: we're not going to do it. here is my question for you. a spot like that and peta does this all the time. does that do more harm than good to the cause because people go, you know, wh
on public broadcasting. they are fantastic. the anderson family band, i live in sheer terror of us having to follow a family band. they're performing saturday morning at 11:00 for 40 minutes. we have enough stuff to play the whole time. we are ready. >> it has been a delight to have you on "culture wire." i want to thank you personally for this great musical festival you have given us. >> is a lot of fun. >> remembered the hardly strictly bluegrass festival will be in san francisco. visit the website to get information on all of the performances. ♪ >> welcome to culture wire. the arabs don't possible has bringing you the best of the arab film to the bay area. this year's festival is no exception. consider the most important arab film festival outside of the arab world, the festival offers a rare window to the arab world and its diverse community. featuring 24 films from over 18 countries, it is also one of the only four runs that showcases new works by established and emerging arab filmmakers. the possible films in four cities. in addition, the festival organizers a film series for high
: that satisfaction quickly faded for freegent. kevin anderson says he was not prepared to give freegent a head coach extension. it was anderson's decision to cut ties with freegent now. >> the decision was to solidify our recruiting efforts in the long term. some of the decisions that lay ahead for the athletic department will not be easy. >> reporter: freegent will receive $2 million remaining on his contract and will coach the terps against east carolina next week in the military bowl in washington, d.c. anderson says that he has a list of possible candidates. >> this is a good football team and i believe it can be great. we're going to bring the best person in here to get to that greatness and to sustain it. that's what we're looking at and that's why the decision has been made at this time. >> reporter: the $2 million will come solely from the athletic state budget. no state funds will be used to pay the coach. no comment yet from coach freegent. >> if you want to comment, you can click on this story. >>> and we definitely have been feeling the chill for quite a while. a live look outside, still
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